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The Sensex may correct between 3,250-6,500 points over 3-6 months
The Sensex (and the Nifty) has rallied by around 120% from a low of 8,047 (2,520) on 6 March 2009 to a high of 17,790 (5,330) in January 2010. This has happened without any real correction. Sometime soon, a ‘secondary correction’ within the overall primary bull market is bound to happen which would retrace around...
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An auto-ancillary stock for the short term
Auto stocks, like Maruti and Tata Motors, have run up, thanks to a steady demand growth. Following this, auto-ancillary stocks started moving up. But, as often happens, suppliers are not considered to be frontline stocks so they continue to be reasonably valued for a while. We believe that while auto companies are fully valued, auto-ancillary...